IBM, NetSuite Partner for ERP Cloud Connectivity

EnterpriseAppsToday.com Staff

Updated · May 06, 2010

NetSuite Inc. has formed a new partnership with IBM to further connect and integrate their respective cloud solutions. As mentioned in this news release, the partnership is focused on IBM’s recent acquisition of Cast Iron Systems. With NetSuite OneWorld and the Cast Iron Systems solution, customers can use NetSuite's leading cloud applications to manage multinational, multi-subsidiary business operations in real-time and then roll up division-level transaction and summary data to their corporate-level SAP or Oracle enterprise resource planning (ERP) system.


“The Cast Iron Systems solution provides a complete platform to integrate cloud and on-premise applications, and has delivered thousands of cloud integrations around the world. With NetSuite OneWorld and the Cast Iron Systems solution, customers can use NetSuite’s leading cloud applications to manage multinational, multi-subsidiary business operations in real-time and then roll up division-level transaction and summary data to their corporate-level SAP or Oracle enterprise resource planning (ERP) system to gain a key enterprise-wide view of business operations. The Cast Iron Systems solution can also be used to connect NetSuite with a wide variety of other on-premise software systems.

“‘With the growth of Software as a Service, companies have an increasing need to integrate data and business processes across on-premise and cloud systems, both within and beyond the enterprise,’ said Dr. Angel Luis Diaz, Vice President BPM and Connectivity, IBM. ‘IBM and NetSuite share a vision to provide customers with simplified solutions that optimize the cloud and give both the line of business and IT workers fast access to the information and processes they need to meet business goals.'”

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